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Preliminary Inventory to the M. H. De Young Memorial Museum Collection, 1914-1919
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Box 1-3.

44 956.  German pamphlet, To the American Soldier of German Descent (in English)

 

45 631.  German pamphlet, Furchte Dich Nicht

 

45 632.  German leaflet, "An Heer Und Heimat" (To Army and Home), 1918 September 2

 

45 634.  German loan poster, with insets of agricultural implements, horse and cow on outer border

 

45 644.  Photo of inscription written by Queen Marie of Romania to American soldiers in address book at Aix-les- Bains, 1919 April

 

45 646.  Newspaper issue, La Libre Belgique, no. 78, 1916 June

 

45 647.  News sheet, 1919 January 15 (in French and Flemish)

 

45 648.  Swiss ration cards: 2 milk cards, 1 food fat card, and 1 bread card

 

45 651.  French map of Paris and environs: air raid over Paris, 1918 March 11-12

 

45 652.  French map of Paris and environs: air raid over Paris, 1918 May 22-23

 

45 653.  French map of Paris and environs: air raid over Paris, 1918 June 27-28

 

45 654.  French map of Paris and environs: air raid over Paris, 1918 June 15-16

 

45 655.  French map of Paris and environs: air raid over Paris, 1918 June 2

 

45 656.  French map of Paris and environs: air raid over Paris, 1918 July 18-19

 

45 657.  French map of Paris and environs: air raid over Paris, 1918 September 15-16

 

45 658.  Map of French terrain, "Order of Battle on Western Front, November 11, 1918, 11:00 A.M.," Base Printing Plant, 29th Engineers, U.S.A., 1919

 

45 659.  Battle map, "Extract of Metz-Commercy, May 21, 1918," St. Mihiel Offensive

 

45 660.  Map, "The Meuse-Argonne Offensive," France, Base Printing Plant, 29th Engineers, U.S.A., 1918

 

45 661.  Map, "Distribution of U.S. Forces, August 9, 1918, France"

 

45 662.  Map, "Second Battle of the Marne" (disposition of U.S. forces)

 

45 663.  Map, "Lateral Railroads, 1918," Map Room, G-3, G.H.Q., 1919 April 8

 

45 664.  American battle map, "Extract of Mezieres-Verdun-Metz Longwy, May 24, 1919," 29th Engineers, U.S.A.

 

45 665.  Battle "Ostend, Belgium," Geographical Section, General Staff, no. 2364, British War Office, 1911

 

45 666.  Map, "The Western Theater of the European War" by Prof. B. Barrecchia, 1919, showing route taken by Congressman Julius Kahn and party

 

45 667.  Map, German, "Rhineland and Westphalia"

 

45 668.  Map, German, sightseeing, "Relief Panorama of the Rhine"

 

45 669.  Map, "The St. Mihiel Salient, September 12-15,1918," Base Printing Plant, 29th Engineers, U.S.A., 1919

 

45 670.  Chart showing in color the shoulder patches of the units of the American Expeditionary Forces, Base Printing Plant, 29th Engineers, U.S.A., 1918

 

45 671.  Ten receipts for merchandise from Cologne, Germany, 1918 April 3

 

45 677.  Three American military transit passes issued to Congressman Julius Kahn, dated 1919 April 2, Headquarters, 3rd Army, Coblenz, Germany

 

45 678.  American pass issued to Congressman Julius Kahn, 1919 April 2, Headquarters, 3rd Army

 

45 679.  Three military transit passes issued to Dr. Morris Herzstein, 1919 April 2, Headquarters, 3rd Army, Coblenz, Germany

 

45 680.  Passenger identification card issued to Morris Merzstein, U.S. Customs, New York City, 1919 March 9

 

45 681.  Tabulation of air raids over Paris in 1918. Typescript (in English)

 

45 683.  Travel order issued to Dr. Morris Merzstein to board the SS Leviathan, 1919 May 13, Brest, France

 

45 684.  Description of Camp Pontenazen, France, embarkation point for U.S. soldiers returning to America. Typescript

 

45 685.  Invitation extended to Congressman Julius Kahn by the 322nd Field Signal Battalion, 1919 March 24, signed by all Californians in the battalion. Typescript

 

45 682.  Description of Camp St. Sulpice, France. Typescript

 

45 686.  Letter to Congressman Julius Kahn from Chief of Staff, 80th Division, 1919 March 27; and General Order no. 2, Headquarters, 80th Division, 1919 March 26. Typescript

 

45 802.  Newspaper issue, The Amroc News, Coblenz, Germany, 1919 June 28, published by Americans in occupied Germany. (this issue announces the signing of the Peace Treaty)

 

45 907.  Battle map of Verdun: operation of the 181st and 182nd Brigades, U.S.A., on 1918 August 12

 

45 912.  Eight framed photos of U.S. carrier pigeons used in the war

 

45 975.  Map, "Condition of Peace of All Allied and Associates Powers: Complete and Revised Reproduction of the Official Text, 1919," published by H. R. Englemann, Berlin, Germany

 

45 977.  Volume, Summary Statistics of the American Expeditionary Forces

 

45 978.  Booklet, Return of Troops to the U.S. From November 11, 1918 to May 31, 1919: Report for Month of May

 

46 237.  Booklet, Official Souvenir Program of the Victory Parades, by authority of the War Department, 1st Division, U.S.A.

 

46 238.  Document in portfolio, "History of the Signing of the Treaty of Peace, As Recorded by Original Telegrams Filed at the U.S. Signal Corps Telegraph Office, Palace of Versailles, 1919 June 28"

 

46 240.  Two admission tickets to reviewing stand for review of the last division, U.S.A., 1919 September 17, Washington, D.C.

 

46 242.  Portfolio of 16 war photographs, U.S. Army Signal Corps

 

46 243.  Proclamation demanding the reporting to German authorities of all English military refugees, posted in Mons, France, 1914 November 16 (in French)

 

46 244.  Proclamation posted in Brussels, Belgium, 1914 August 20, by Burgomaster Adolphe Max

 

46 245.  Proclamation posted in Brusssels, Belgium, 1914 September 16, by the burgomaster, protesting the removal of Belgian flags (in French and Flemish)

 

46 246.  Proclamation posted in the Ardennes, 1914 August 25, by Captain Schultzee, German Commander (in French)

 

46 247.  Proclamation posted at Cugnon, 1914 October, by Burgomaster Delmue (in French)

 

46 248.  Proclamation posted in Brussels, Belgium, 1916 July 12, by Lt. General Hurt, German Governor of Brussels and Brabant (in German, French and Flemish)

 

46 249.  Poster announcing the closing of all stores as mute manifestation of the Belgian National Fete Day, year? July 21

 

46 250.  Poster posted in Louvain, Belgium, 1914 October 24, by the provisional burgomaster, protesting the German taking of hostages

 

46 251.  Proclamation posted in Ghent, Belgium, 1915 June 10, by Lt. General von Westarp (in German, French and Flemish)

 

46 252.  Proclamation posted in Brussels, 1914 September 25, by Baron von der Goltz, Governor General of Belgium (in German, French and Flemish)

 

46 253.  Proclamation posted in the Ardennes, 1914 August 22, by Major Scheunemann, German Army (in French)

 

46 254.  Proclamation posted in Antwerp, 1914 October 9, by Von Beseler, Commander in Chief of the German Armies

 

46 255.  Proclamation posted in Louvain, 1914 October 1, by the German Governor General of Brussels (in German, French and Flemish)

 

46 256.  Proclamation posted in the Ardennes, 1914 August 29, by Becker, Commander in Chief (in French)

 

46 257.  Proclamation by German General von Luttewitz announcing the arrest of the Belgian mayor, 1914 September 26 (in German and French)

 

46 258.  Proclamation posted in the Ardennes, 1914 August 21, by the burgomaster on German order

 

46 259.  Proclamation posted in the Ardennes, 1914 August 30, by the burgomaster

 

46 260.  Proclamation posted in St. Trond, 1914 September 6, by Lt. Colonel Bleyhoffer (in German, French and Flemish)

 

46 261.  German war news poster posted in Brussels, 1914 September 6, by the German Military Government (in German, French and Flemish)

 

46 262.  German proclamation posted in Belgium, 1914 (in German)

 

46 263.  German war news poster posted in Belgium, 1914 September 29 (in French, German and Flemish)

 

46 264.  German war news poster posted in Belgium (in French, German and Flemish)

 

46 265.  Proclamation posted in Brussels, 1915 October 12, announcing the condemnation to death of Nurse Cavell

 

46 266.  Illustrated Belgian poster, Royal Institution of Messines, near Ypres, for the daughters of Belgian officers and soldiers, killed and wounded

 

46 267.  The Marshall Foch Victory-Marmony Banner

 

46 506.  Five booklets, Scraps of Paper, on German proclamations in Belgium and France, with foreword by Ian Malcolm, M.P., London, 1916

 

46 508.  Newspaper issue, La Libre Belgique, no. 126, 1917 August

 

46 535.  Letter from General John J. Pershing to Congressman Julius Kahn, 1919 November 5, re universal military training

 

46 540.  Booklet, Personnel Statistics Report: Strength of Army as of October 1, 1919, copy no. 24

 

46 541.  Booklet, Weekly Statistical Report No. 113, October 25, 1919, published by the Statistics Branch, General Staff, War Department, copy no. 39

 

47 490.  Five French bread ration cards, 1919 January, February, March, April and May

 

48 138.  German war map, Wald von Montfaucon district

 

48 353.  French color print, souvenir of Camp Courtine, France

 

48 975.  Fragment of the gas bag from the airplane that exploded over Hull, England, on the way to America, 1921 August (marked R28, Bag No. 5, Body Gore No. 40)

 

49 569.  Map of Serbia

 

45 649.  Piece of fuselage covering from the NC3, U.S. Navy sea plane that left Newfoundland, 1919 May, and reached the Azores

 

Not numbered.  Program for the Aviators Ball, Hotel Ritz Carlton, New York City, 1919 April 26

 

1036R.  Sheet music, "When Madelon" or "Quand Madelon," published by L. Bousquet, Paris

 

858 R.  "Certificate of Enrollment in the U.S. Shipyard Volunteers of the Public Service Reserve," of Henry Lux

 

858 R. Certificate pertaining to Henry Lux (in German)

 

Not numbered.  Thirteen war posters issued by the United States Shipping Board Emergency Fleet Corporation, Publications Section, Philadelphia